Amarillo Is Still Having A Comic Convention, It’s Just Postponed
Everyone started 2020 with high hopes. This was going to be a big year. Bands were reuniting, big movies were getting released, and Yellow City Comic Convention went all out on this year's celebrity guest list.
The good news is that those high hopes still exist, and YC3 is still going to have this year's convention. It has been postponed until September.
In case you hadn't been keeping up, this year's guest list was looking fantastic. Guests included Kathy Najimy (Hocus Pocus, Sister Act, King of the Hill), Noah Hathaway (Atreyu in The NeverEnding Story), and Ross Marquand (Walking Dead, Marvel's Infinity War and Endgame) to name a few.
As always, they had several days of events lined up along with vendors and exhibits. From everything I was seeing about this year's YC3, it was going to be the biggest one yet.
I'm keeping my fingers crossed and hoping that the guest list doesn't change too much when it comes to this year's convention.
For more information you can check out Yellow City Comic Convention's website by clicking this link, and be sure to check out their Facebook page to stay up on the latest announcements.
I'm wondering what the guidelines will be. Will social distancing be enforced? Will there be a limit on the number of people allowed in? Will all of this be behind us by September?
One thing I do know is that a lot of cosplayers already wear masks, so that's one less thing we'll have to worry about.